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B-25 Bomber Baseball Hat Embroidered
Wear this sharp-looking B-25 Bomber baseball hat and show your support for our mission of keeping the memory of these heroic aircraft alive. Available in navy blue canvas with an image of our own B-25 Mitchell Bomber warbird, Maid in the Shade, embroidered in silver on front. One size fits all.
2 in stock (can be backordered)
Wear this B-25 Bomber baseball hat with pride! It’s a well-crafted, sharp-looking hat with our B-25 Maid in the Shade warbird embroidered in front. Available in navy canvas material with an adjustable band (one size fits all).
- B-25 Mitchell Bomber in flight embroidered on cap in silver and blue
- Maid in the Shade embroidered in blue
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Adjustable band
The B-25J Mitchell was named after General Billy Mitchell, a famous Army Air Corps general of the 1920s and 1930s. It proved to be one of the best weapons and was possibly the most versatile aircraft of WWII. Heavily armed, it was utilized for high- and low-level bombing, strafing, photo reconnaissance, submarine patrol, and a fighter. It’s most distinguishing role was in the historic raid over Tokyo in 1942 by the Doolittle Raiders. The B-25J saw duty in every combat area flown by the Dutch, British, Chinese, Russian, Australian, and US forces. Our particular B-25J Maid In The Shade at the Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum served her last wartime duty with the 319th Bomb Group, 437th Squadron at Serraggia Airbase, Corsica. There it was assigned Battle Number 18. The plane then proceeded to fly 15 combat missions over Italy between November 4 and December 31, 1944. The majority of the targets were railroad bridges.
|Dimensions||12 × 7 × 6 in|